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Main Title Microbial Activity in Subsurface Samples Before and during Nitrate-Enhanced Bioremediation.
Author Thomas, J. M. ; Gordy, V. R. ; Bruce, C. L. ; Hutchins, S. R. ; Sinclair, J. L. ;
CORP Author National Risk Management Research Lab., Ada, OK. Subsurfaces Protection and Remediation Div. ;Rice Univ., Houston, TX. ;ManTech Environmental Technology, Inc., Ada, OK.
Publisher 1995
Year Published 1995
Report Number EPA/600/A-95/109;
Stock Number PB95-274239
Additional Subjects Water pollution control ; Jet engine fuels ; Aquifers ; Biotechnology ; Microbial degradation ; Biological treatment ; Ground water ; Denitrification ; Waste treatment ; Anaerobic processes ; Nitrates ; Hydrocarbons ; Ecology ; Microorganisms ; Protoza ; Bacteria ; JP-4 jet fuel ; MPN ; Bioremediation
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NTIS  PB95-274239 Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy. NTIS 11/25/1995
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Abstract
A study was conducted to determine the microbial activity of a site contaminated with JP-4 jet fuel, before and during nitrate-enhanced bioremediation. Samples at three depths from six different locations were collected aseptically under anaerobic conditions before and during treatment. Cores were located in or close to the source of contamination, downgradient of the source, or outside the zone of contamination. Parameter for microbial characterization included (1) viable counts of aerobic heterotrophic, JP-4 degrading, and oligotrophic bacteria, (2) the MPN of aerobic and anaerobic protozoa, (3) the MPN of total denitrifiers, and (4) the MPN of denitrifiers in hydrocarbon-amended microcosms. The results indicate that the total number of denitrifiers increased by an order of magnitude during nitrate-enhanced bioremediation in most samples.